Browsing the "Energy Policy" Tag

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Join Us to Discuss & Dissect the Environmental Claims in Last Week's Presidential Debate

If somebody had told me that energy and environmental policy would get the level of attention they did in last week’s presidential debate, I wouldn’t have believed them. Given the areas of focus in candidate advertisements and stump speeches, none of us had any reason to believe that the President’s spending on green jobs and energy, or Governor Romney’s support of “clean” coal and “responsible drilling” would have been front and center in the debate. So let’s discuss…

10 Ways that Social Media and Sustainability Line Up

The mega-trends of social media and sustainability share plenty of the same DNA. The Arnold Palmer is an exceptional beverage. It takes two individual beverages, iced tea and lemonade, each very good in their own right, and creates an even better one. That’s how we feel about social media and green living i.e. sustainability. There […]

August 25th

Stakeholders React to Cape Wind Report – Kennedy Clan Still Quiet

As I reported yesterday, a proposed wind farm near Cape Cod cleared a major hurdle when the US Minerals Management Service issued a favorable report in their Draft Environmental Impact Statement. The agency indicated that, in nearly all of the issues they studied, the project would have minimal impacts. The report did say that some […]

January 15th